This is a message to ALL ATSers. Voter fraud is real.
It doesn't matter which "side" you are on, you should be concerned.
You CAN do something about it.
Thousands of dead people vote every election. If you have a deceased family member check with voter registration where they last lived to see if they
are still on the roles. It took my Mother 2 tries to get my father off the voter registration roles, but she persisted and got him off. She mailed a
copy of the death certificate for my Aunt who died this year to her voter registration and demanded she be removed from the rolls. This is crucial.
People stay on active voter registration roles who have died for years and years sometimes. Make sure your deceased loved ones aren't "voting".
People who move are also getting ballots mailed to their old addresses. If you moved make sure the place you voted last knows you have moved and
insist they remove you from their voter registration rolls.
Nursing homes are rife with voter fraud. If you have a loved one in a nursing home, there are groups that go into nursing homes to "assist" the
residents in voting (i.e. fill out the ballots for them). Have loved ones who have dementia or Alzheimer's removed from voter registration roles. Go
to the nursing home and tell them your loved one may not have "assistance" in voting from anyone but a close family member if they are still
cognitively in good shape.
If you want to vote mail-in, you can request a ballot for November now in most states and be absolutely assured it will arrive in time. Just make
certain you follow all the rules for a mail-in ballot to the smallest detail. Put your own postage on it to ensure it gets postmarked. In NY they
had to throw away 20% of mail-in ballots in a recent primary for not following all the rules, and for no postmark.
Seems postage paid envelopes are not always
postmarked by the post office. So make sure you put your own stamp over the prepaid postage square to be certain it is postmarked.
I won't vote by mail, because I don't want anyone to have a reason to throw out my vote. I will go in person with a mask (I don't care if you don't
wear one, that is up to you), and a face shield (my body, my choice). I have recently had a very serious illness and so am at risk, but the nation is
at greater risk than me this election. So I will stand in line for hours if that is what it takes. I'll take a portable stool with me. I will vote
in person, on the designated day to make sure my vote is not tossed in the trash.
Now to the headline of my OP:
www.nytimes.com... A judge a few days ago (AUG 2020) ruled that an election in New Jersey was
irreversibly tainted and the election had to be redone completely.
In the days before New Jersey’s third-largest city held municipal elections in May entirely by mail, postal workers became suspicious when they
found hundreds of ballots bundled together.
The discovery triggered an investigation that led to charges of voter fraud against two local elected leaders and resulted in nearly 20 percent of the
ballots being rejected.
The four men involved have now been charged with voter fraud.
The investigation began when postal
workers discovered over a hundred mail-in ballots bundled together for delivery. In other words all of those ballots were coming from the same
person/location. (see a trend here, notice how elite politicians are demonizing the postmaster general ahead of the election so postal workers are
less likely to report fraud like this)
Election fraud is rampant:
(Precincts in Detroit recorded more votes
than it had ballots in 2016) Detroit wasn't the only place this happened, it happened in California also.
signed a bill that will have ballots automatically sent to all registered voters. Even though many counties are under investigation for having more
than 20,000 dead people on their rolls as registered voters.) Dead people vote all the time all over the nation, this is common.
Do your part and keep an eye out for election fraud. REPORT it immediately to as many entities as possible, if you see anything you suspect as
voter fraud, then post what you saw on as much social media as you can to make certain it isn't ignored.
Do your part to stop election fraud, remove dead relatives from voter roles, protect Grandma's vote from nursing home fraud. Go in person to vote if
there is any way at all you can manage it.
edit on 8/21/20 by The2Billies because: grammar